Metronomy to release a 10th Anniversary edition of ‘Nights Out’
The reissuing of albums which soundtracked your youth for anniversary editions has a habit of making you feel very, very old. This one is no different. The 2009 seminal album Nights Out was the breakthrough of Metronomy and now they’re sharing a new 10th-anniversary edition of the LP.
The record will feature a whole host of b-sides and rarities of the band’s breakthrough LP. Some of these rarities are a French version of ‘Heartbreaker’ as well as a late night dub version of ‘Holiday’.
Joe Mount explains, “Oscar reminded me the other day how I said to him on completing “Radio Ladio” “I think I’ve just written my first number 1”. I hadn’t. We also reminisced about the day we borrowed the Honda Insight for the album artwork: I found the owner on an enthusiasts chat room, we gave his daughter two Kate Nash tickets and a meet and greet with Kate in exchange for a few shots with the vehicle… simpler times. Shout out to Myspace.”
The album will be released on February 8th via Because Music.
10th Anniversary Edition additions:
Our Raid (“Holiday” B-side)
Let’s Have A Party (“Holiday” 12” B-side)
The Chase (Rough Trade bonus disc)
Holiday (Bedtime dub) (“Holiday” 12” B-side)
Please Me (Bonus iTunes album track)
Over (Rough Trade bonus disc)
Matthias Gathering (“My Heart Rate Rapid” 12” B-side)
Heartbreaker (French version)
A Thing For Me (Breakbot remix) (“A Thing For Me” 12” remix)
Intro Thing (demo)
Young Americans (demo)
Das Booty (demo)